It’s time to choose September’s Project of the Month. The project
that receives the most votes for Project of the Month will receive a
consultation from our Project of the Month partner, Tribeca Film
Voting will be open until Friday October 4 at 5 PM Eastern.
As the Mexican-American War rages, rumors of gold lead cartographer
Patrick O’Sullivan to desert the army in search of riches in the
unmapped regions of California. He and his companions find themselves
lost and near death when they stumble upon an unlikely guide – Pul, a
Shaman of the Cahuilla tribe. As Patrick uses Pul to search for gold he
discovers that the shaman has his own motives assisting him map the
land. This discovery redirects Patrick’s egotistic journey into a
historical opportunity to focus his life on a mission greater than
on her life in hopes of moving back home with Mom and Dad. Arriving in
suburban New Jersey, Liza discovers that her parents have rented her
childhood bedroom to a stranger, a dude in his twenties, also trying to
figure it out. Navigating this bizarre living situation, reconnecting
with old friends while avoiding others and rethinking what it means to
call yourself an adult are among the hazards of suburbia in this
charmingly uncomfortable new series about the consequences of trying to
press pause on your life.
determine what went wrong and who is to blame as they attempt to recover
the missing loot. Starring: Max Casella (The Sopranos, Blue Jasmine,
Inside Llewyn Davis, Killing Them Softly, Spike Lee’s OldBoy) and 4x
Tony-nominated actor Danny Burstein (Boardwalk Empire). This is the
debut feature from writer/director Scott Kawczynski.
The Evans family has never been happy. After a decade of estrangement,
it takes the death of Dinah Evans to bring her four children back
together. As old tensions threaten to destroy the calm that each sibling
has struggled to maintain, salvation presents itself in an unlikely
form: a mysterious woman who inspires unwavering devotion enters their
lives, offering freedom from all pain.
But as her cult
closes in on the siblings, the vacant eyes and plaster smiles of her
followers beg the question: is freedom from suffering worth the cost?
feature-length documentary about former gang members who have come
together on a mission to stop the violence they were once a part of.
These men earned a “license to operate” based on their histories as
leaders in their respective gangs. This status now empowers them to
negotiate on behalf of the community, resolving conflicts and limiting
retaliation killings. In a genre that focuses on violence, License to
Operate is about a viable, working solution coming from within.
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